The Vow

Presents the true story of a couple who fell in love again after the wife, Krickitt, suffered a traumatic brain injury in an automobile crash and lost all memory of her previous life.

Author: Kim Carpenter

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 143367579X


Page: 183

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Presents the true story of a couple who fell in love again after the wife, Krickitt, suffered a traumatic brain injury in an automobile crash and lost all memory of her previous life.

The Vow

Set against the seductive backdrop of money, power, and sex, The Vow follows these women as they discover that their desire to find a husband isn't as important as finding themselves.

Author: Denene Millner

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0061758485

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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When three best friends come together for their sorority sister's tony wedding on New Year's Eve, they make a vow at the stroke of midnight to get married within one year. As the three women embark on their search to find their soul mates, they navigate the full-contact sport known as being a SSBFDLA (successful, single, black, female dating in L.A.) and negotiate the shark-infested waters of making a name for themselves in Hollywood. Can Trista, the hyper-driven celebrity agent, find the time to schedule a meaningful romance? Will Amaya, the sexy starlet, convince the married hip hop–label exec she has been seeing to leave his wife and slip a ring on her finger or will the NBA star steal her heart in the final seconds? After undergoing a complete makeover, will Vivian, the jaded gossip columnist, win back the father of her child? Set against the seductive backdrop of money, power, and sex, The Vow follows these women as they discover that their desire to find a husband isn't as important as finding themselves.

The Vow

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Author: Morley Callaghan

Publisher: Exile Editions, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781550966411

Category: Fiction

Page: 165

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Luke is not yet 12 when his father dies of a heart attack, leaving him an orphan. Small for his age and something of a loner, Luke goes to live with his Uncle Henry and Aunt Helen in Collingwood on Georgian Bay, where Uncle Henry has a saw mill on the edge of town. The practical Uncle Henry sees that the family dog, Dan, is old and lame and no longer useful, and he concludes the dog should be destroyed. Luke, whose sense of dignity and loyalty transcend the practical, fights to save his dog, and in his struggle, he comes to a better understanding not only of Uncle Henry, but of the expedient world of adults.

The Vow

She sucked in a wheezing breath and tried again. “The vow . . .” The vow? I
waited for her to say more. To elaborate. She'd obviously been determined to tell
me something, had called me to her sick room so that she could share a secret.

Author: Jody Hedlund

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 0310751136

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 64

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In this ebook historical romance novella by Jody Hedlund, young Rosemarie finds herself drawn to Thomas, the son of the nearby baron. But just as her feelings begin to grow, a man carrying the Plague interrupts their hunting party. While in forced isolation, Rosemarie begins to contemplate her future—could it include Thomas? Could he be the perfect man to one day rule beside her and oversee her parents’ lands? Then Rosemarie is summoned back to her castle in haste. The disease has spread, and her family is threatened. And the secret she discovers when she returns could change her future forever. This novella also serves as a prequel to Jody Hedlund’s An Uncertain Choice.

The Vow

VOWS: SURVIVAL. 101. A vow of separation to the LORD. Num. 6:2 ... What is
needed in these coming days is a prophetic people, tethered to the vision of the
kingdom of God through lively confession and prophetic praxis—a vow-rich

Author: Ed Gungor

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1418536547

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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In his first release since the best-selling There is More to the Secret, Ed Gungor challenges the church to return to authenticity and community. Over and over again in scripture Christians are encouraged to "make vows to the Lord" (e.g., Psalm 76:11). Is it possible that making vows-- intentionally inserting various Christian practices into our lives-- would have great value to 21st-century Christians? What if we thoughtfully and publicly articulated vows before God and those we love? Would it help our lives take on the tone of the eternal? Has something been lost in the openness of the 21st century? The answer is yes! Gungor says: "Vow-making is an old trail that was very familiar to the ancients who have gone before us, but is virtually unknown for we moderns. As I have wandered down this path, it has been both intriguing and empowering, and, on another level, just plain dangerous. But I really think it's leading somewhere. That's the why of this writing."

The Vow

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Author: Linda Lael Miller

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439187982

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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After twelve years, the headstrong Annabel McKeige is back in the frontier town of Parable, Nevada. Back to face the husband she left behind...the son she never saw grow to manhood...and the home where her heart broke when she lost a beloved daughter. But her intentioins regarding their marriage are soon clear -- even if her motives are not. Gabe McKeige loved Annabel too fiercely to let a chance like this slip away. But the iron-willed rancher is also too proud to beg -- he didn't twelve years ago, and he won't now. So, Gabe sets out to woo Annabel the only way he knows...with passion-filled kisses and sensual touches that conjure the sweet firestorm of their marriage bed. And Annabel is finding that the man she once left is unbearably hard to resist....

The Vow

Author: Jessica Martinez

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1442458658

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 448

View: 526

Mo is not only eighteen-year-old Annie's best friend, he is the one who helps her cope with the loss of her older sister, so when he learns he must leave Kentucky and return to Jordan with his family, Annie suggests a shocking alternative.

The Vow

... spent many years as creative director in the ad agency business. He recently
retired from his own shop to pursue his passions as a story teller. He now lives
with his wife in Toms River, New Jersey The Vow, uniquely tuned to world events,

Author: Mark Markowitz

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595140955

Category: Fiction

Page: 232

View: 699

The Vow, uniquely tuned to world events, is a story of unrelenting evil and international subterfuge, crisis-crossing the globe. The story turns the impossible, childish vow of a 14-year old boy into the series of events that are not only possible, but ironically logical.

The Vow

Author: John Faircloth

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 059532021X

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 192

View: 529

In this taking of earthly life, I found God's presence. Certainly not His purpose, but the silent thread He weaves so gently through pain, loss and heartache. I found it in John, finding the strength to stay faithful to his post. Keeping a long, steady, quiet watch over his wife, his children and himself. I found it in the testimony of Sharon's words and actions throughout this journey. Through the entire 13 months, no matter how hazy, painful or senseless each day became, she stayed true to her faith in Jesus. Though her life became a whisper as the cancer bulged, the proof of her faith, what the Bible calls "the evidence of things not seen," shouted loud and clear.

The Vow

Author: Yanky Fachler

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1412214483

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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"Dear Papa and Mutti! I have chosen to write my personal history in the form of a letter to you. I have been conducting a one-sided dialogue with you for some sixty years, I feel that this is an appropriate way to record my thoughts about my life both before and after we were parted." Thus begins the journal of Eli Fachler, written six decades after he caught a last glimpse of his parents as the Kindertransport train taking him to freedom in Britain pulled out of the station in Berlin in May 1939. Eva Fachler (nee Becker) had a different motive for writing her story. Frustrated that her parents didn't know enough about their family histories, she promised herself: "When I am a Mama and my children ask about my background, I'll be able to tell them." With the exception of Eli's younger sister Miriam, and two branches of the family who survived in hiding or in flight, the entire extended Fachler family in Poland was wiped out in the Holocaust. The list includes Eli's parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. With the single exception of one Communist cousin, Eva's entire family managed to escape the Nazi killing machine. On their wedding day in a field in Buckingham, England, in 1944, Eva (born in Frankfurt in 1922) and Eli (born in Berlin in 1923) made a vow to re-establish the Fachler tribe that had been decimated in the Holocaust. By early 2003, their tribe included 50 direct descendants: 7 children, 24 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. With Eli and Eva's encouragement, their writer son Yanky has recorded their story in The Vow, which offers a fascinating view of the 20th century through the prism of one Jewish family. This is a story that will make you laugh and make you cry. It is a story of miraculous escapes as well as tragic deaths. It is a story of hope, of determination, of faith and of love. Above all, The Vow is the story of two remarkable people. "No one knows what will happen here. We thank the Almighty that you are not here now. May the Lord look after you and hold his right hand over you to protect you." -Letter sent by Dovid Meir Fachler in Poland in the last week of August 1939 to his son Eli in Scotland, just days before the Nazi invasion of Poland.

Louis Massignon

This is a translation of an original French by an expert on Massignon's life and works, revised and augmented.

Author: Patrick Laude

Publisher: The Matheson Trust

ISBN: 1908092068

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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This is a exploration of the life and thought of French Christian mystic and Islamist Louis Massignon (1883-1962).

Keeping the Vow

The book's extensive use of quotes and personal narrative helps bring these stories to life, while sociological analysis provides a clear view of their collective features and discusses implications for related social and religious issues ...

Author: Donald Paul Sullins

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199860041

Category: Religion

Page: 322

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Although many Catholics, and certainly most non-Catholics, are unaware of it, the rule of celibacy for Catholic priests is not absolute. The ordination of a married man is exceptionally rare, but it does occur. In most cases it happens as an accommodation for a married priest of another Christian church, almost always Anglican (Episcopalian), who has converted to the Catholic faith and wishes to serve in the Catholic priesthood. The Anglican Pastoral Provision, a set of streamlined canonical policies established by Pope John Paul II in 1980, encouraged the reception of these priest. Since then over a hundred men-most married, most Episcopalian-have been ordained; today there are seventy-five married former Episcopalian priests serving in the U.S. Catholic Church. Based on one hundred fifteen interviews augmented by biographical, survey and historical research,Keeping the Vow tells the story of these married priests and their wives, their unusual and difficult journey from Anglicanism and their life in the Catholic Church. Sullins explores the perspectives of this small group of men and their wives and how they juxtapose a unique set of identities and perspectives. A full-sample national survey provides the views of U.S. bishops on the practice of married priest ordination. The book's extensive use of quotes and personal narrative helps bring these stories to life, while sociological analysis provides a clear view of their collective features and discusses implications for related social and religious issues such as conversion, priesthood, worship, marital roles and celibacy. An engaging study on Catholicism, Anglicanism, American religion, and marriage, Keeping the Vow expands the discussion on the future prospects and effects married priests in the Catholic Church.

The keeping of the vow and other verses

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Author: Henry Thomas Mackenzie BELL




Page: 109

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When the Vow Breaks

Author: Joseph Warren Kniskern

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 1433676753

Category: Religion

Page: 438

View: 340

Now an official resource of the nationwide DivorceCare ministry, this new edition of When the Vow Breaks offers practical advice to Christians regarding the top five felt needs and issues that result from facing divorce: kids, finances, anger, depression, and loneliness. In this sensitive and thorough guide, author/attorney Joseph Warren Kniskern recounts the emotions of his own failed marriage and shares a comprehensive study on what the Bible says about marriage and divorce. More important, he shows how God continues to work in people’s lives to provide hope and encouragement in the aftermath of divorce. Kniskern also provides important insights about how to seek reconciliation, secure proper marriage counseling, find a good attorney, and negotiate settlements and custody issues.

The Vow on the Heron

Author: Jean Plaidy

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1446427374

Category: Fiction

Page: 480

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The ninth title in Jean Plaidy's hugely popular Plantagenet series memorably depicts the rise and fall of Edward ll. Edward the Second has been barbarously murdered in Berkeley Castle on the orders of his wife, Queen Isabella, and her lover Roger de Mortimer, and fifteen-year-old Edward the Third is now king. Young Edward has already met and fallen in love with Philippa of Hainault and, to prevent him enquiring into the details of his father's death, Isabella allows the marriage to take place. A son is born who goes on to become the famous Black Prince. While some suggest that Edward has a claim on the French throne, he is reluctant to pursue it, aware of the magnitude of such an undertaking. It is only when Robert of Artois arrives, bent on starting a war with France, that the king is provoked into action. When Robert presents Edward with a dead heron and compares him tauntingly to the timid bird, Edward vows to attack France, heralding the beginning of the Hundred Years' War. Here we see Edward in his greatness, victorious in war and leading his country to prosperity, and at his very weakest, fallen from glory and crippled by his scheming mistress.